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Bridging China's education gap with technology, research and policy
FSI's Scott Rozelle says 80 percent of urban Chinese students have Internet access, compared to 2 percent of their rural peers.
China’s Economic Stability Depends on More Education, Stanford Economist Says
Without sending more kids to high school and teaching them the skills needed to support higher wages, China runs the risk of never really making it as a rich nation.
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Computer Assisted Learning in Poor Rural Schools
Having demonstrated CAL's effectiveness in raising academic performance in poor rural schools, REAP hopes to further integrate the program into the curriculum of all rural schools. Despite the...
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